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Local clergy from Eastside United Methodist Churches weigh in on the church’s future regarding LGBTQ+ inclusion.
Mayor Angela Birney’s vision statement was just released — “A connected community that enhances livability and sustains the environment, and that places Redmond as a… Continue reading
Here are some tips for going green in the new year.
It will be a busy year as voters decide the fate of school bonds and help choose the next president.
This is in response to “Affirmative action measure fails but could resurface in 2020” by Jerry Cornfield on Nov. 29, 2019. One of the principles… Continue reading
At about 11 a.m. on Dec. 20, I was involved in a motor vehicle accident at intersection of Northeast Union Hill Road and Avondale Road.… Continue reading
Washington Supreme Court upholds that state legislators are subject to the Public Records Act.
Talk Time classes allow English language learners to practice their speaking and conversation skills.
Before turning the page on the November election, here are a few questions to ponder.
OLYMPIA — Stuck on what gifts to give Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib and Republican state senators this holiday season? Consider one present they can unwrap… Continue reading
Some tips on how to reduce waste this holiday season.
The Neurodiversity Navigators program at Bellevue College offers various services to students who are on the autism spectrum.
A look at Redmond in 2019.
As the holidays approach, I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to King County residents for making KCLS one of the… Continue reading
A 2017 law lets lawmakers offer negotiation topics. But a bipartisan panel didn’t do so this week.
It’s been a year since the Menchie’s incident and here is what the city of Kirkland has been working on since then.
Perspective on cycling support on the Eastside Imagine for a minute the following. You like walking. It doesn’t produce pollution, is healthy, takes a car… Continue reading
Changes have had positive impacts, readers offering support.
Supporters started too late and had too little money to explain the problems R-88 would solve.
Lawmakers will wrangle over cuts in transportation spending as lawyers tangle on the measure’s legality.